Two Brothers Prairie Path Ale (5 out of 5)



I became aware of this brewery because they’re local. My friend Sheila has mentioned them many times (as well as her brother working there), and then I had posted on Facebook asking for gluten-free beer recommendations. I tried Omission, because the lovely Karen S. recommended it. And I liked it. I like to have a variety of ales to choose from, though, so she mentioned it. Sheila then jumped on and also recommended it. TWO people at the same time recommending an ale to me? I’m going to take that challenge. I haven’t regretted it since.

Two Brothers is a local brewery out of Warrenville, Illinois. I didn’t expect to like this ale as much as I did. I had tried another of their ales last month and enjoyed it greatly. This one? Even more so. Where to begin? This ale has a wonderful golden color, slightly amber, and not a lot of foam after the initial pour – not a darker ale by any means, like some I had tried recently. It has full flavor, and has a slightly bitter finish to it. If you don’t like ale that has a slightly bitter flavor, then you should look elsewhere. If this meets your palate requirements, well, the Saaz and Goldings hops will make this a pleasant overall drinking experience. ABV (alcohol by volume) on this ale is 5.1%, so not a tipple in a canoe, nor a jay-walk in the park.

I like that it was a gluten free ale; also really enjoyed the lightness of the ale throughout- it didn’t bog down at the beginning, middle, or end. It was a crisp, refreshing ale with just a hint of bitterness to zazz things up. It was the same drinking experience all the way through, which isn’t always the case. You can find Two Brothers just about anywhere, but my favorite place is Trader Joe’s, and they always have it in stock. It’s something that you should definitely explore and enjoy.


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I read a ridiculous amount of books in a ridiculously quick amount of time. I read everything- fiction, history, sports, political science, fantasy, young adults, kids, romance- everything. I have worked in books almost half of my life now, and I never get bored with them. I need an outlet for books, where I can reach many people who may or may not give a fig about my opinions. I'm kind of known for rambling about books, so I figure it's about time I get off my lazy ass and take it to the blogosphere, where I have had the great luck of meeting many wonderful people inflicted with this book-disease. Personal stuff? Not much. I work too much, I'm single so I have more time to deal with this and less to deal with BS. I'm a die-hard Duranie and 80's fan. I am way too entertained with social media and astrology(for those of you who give a fig, I'm a Capricorn, or the sexier description- a seagoat.) for mine and the world's- own good. Only insanity can result from me blogging. That said, here goes!

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